• Guided instruction from two accomplished interventionists, to achieve certification.
  • Set up your business professionally and cultivate business methods to ensure you are paid fairly. 
  • What you need to know before you invest further in changing a career!
  1. Exceeding professional expectations
  2. The ABCs of notetaking
  3. Assessment & intervention preparation skills
  4. Case management skills
  5. Certification support
  6. Contracts & business tools

Business Development

Intervention Training 102 is an eight-week supervisory course that provides a professional framework for prospective interventionists. We are excited to contribute to the success of numerous trainees in achieving their CIP certification.

CIP Supervision

Participants in Intervention 102 will be guided on business development, as well as the qualifications needed for Certified Intervention Professional (CIP) certification, by experienced interventionists. We support the CIP application process alongside you.

28 CEUs Certificate

Intervention 102 training consists of an eight-week supervision course, four hours per week, concentrating on 28 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) covering family systems, crisis interventions, ethics, and addiction and mental health interventions.

Learning Objectives

  • Develop practical skills, marketing to create a professional business
  • Professional value and certifications
  • Learn the Pros and Cons of entering private practice
  • Intervention documentation to start your business
  • Guidance on new intervention cases from the intervention facilitators
  • Preparing for interventions & case management cases
  • Providing 28 CEUs education hours and understanding of CIP/PCB  
  • Practical steps of working with clients and their family

Meet our Presenters

Patricia Pike

Ed Storti

William Woodbury

Family Systems

Dr. Karlyn Pleasants: Co-occurring Disorders

Adam Santos - Coy: Intervention Work

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